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City of Fredericksburg Announces 2015 Christmas Parade Sponsors

Fredericksburg, VA (October 30, 2015) – The City of Fredericksburg is proud to officially
announce our 2015 Fredericksburg Christmas Parade Sponsors: Huber Motor Cars as the Title
Sponsor and B101.5 as the Media Sponsor. The parade will be held on Saturday, December 5 at
5:30 p.m. in downtown Fredericksburg.

“We are excited to have both of these amazing sponsors be a part of this parade for a second
year. When we took the Parade on last year, they bravely stepped up to the plate to take the reins
with us and it couldn’t have gone any better,” says Wendy Stone, Division Manager of Leisure
and Financial Services at Fredericksburg Parks and Recreation. “It is the generosity of our
partners like Huber Motors Cars and B101.5 that enable us to do what we do for the community.
Without their support we would not have been named #1 Best Community Event by the Free
Lance-Star Readers’ Choice Survey 2015.”

Clay Huber launched Huber Motor Cars in September after 25 years with the Rosner Automotive
Group where he ended his tenure as president and CEO. Mr. Huber said he is excited to have his
new company sponsoring the Fredericksburg Christmas Parade, which he and his wife helped
with last year as judges. “We know Fredericksburg’s Christmas Parade is a beloved tradition
for families throughout the region. That’s why I’m excited to be part of it in our inaugural year
as a company. Our employees are thrilled by the opportunity to serve the community by assisting
with a wonderful, family-friendly event that celebrates this special time of year,” Mr. Huber said.
Huber Motor Cars is based in Fredericksburg and includes Mercedes-Benz of Fredericksburg,
Sprinter of Fredericksburg, Volvo Cars Fredericksburg, Volkswagen of Fredericksburg, Mazda
of Fredericksburg and Rosner Collision Center.

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